To demonstrate their new family of Wayfinding Signage designs, Network Rail use Augmented Reality to visualise their 3d models in location, allowing project teams to experience the designs at full scale.
The project looks at how future stations can be easily modified, and improved, by using augmented reality as a tool for visualisation. At paddington each signage model is positioned in place using ARki app, and incorporates simple annotations to highlight design components easily.
Checkout how Network Rail created a full scale Augmented Reality visualisation at Paddington using ARki below:
The project uses image tracking to position each model accurately in place. Multiple images within the station environment, such as advertising signs, and walls, are used to anchor the wayfinding 3D models in location.
Annotations are used to help illustrate different way-finding models, and for tagging real-world objects in location.
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